Junior Adventures in Artificial Intelligence - Self-guided


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Junior Adventures in Artificial Intelligence – Self-guided

In this course, students will get an introduction to the world of Artificial Intelligence (AI). They will build their very own AI models using sound, numbers, text and images, using the latest super-smart technology!





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Course highlights

Artificial Intelligence in the world today

Artificial Intelligence in the world today

Learn how AI is being used in the world right now, from autonomous cars to applications in medicine. We'll explore how these work, as well as the positives and negatives we need to be aware of.

Learn about Machine Learning

Learn about Machine Learning

You'll get to build a game using MIT's Scratch software and then teach a computer to play it. We'll discover what it takes to build a machine that can learn.

Think about the Machines of the Future

Think about the Machines of the Future

We'll look at the Machines of the Future such as robots, humanoid androids, nanobots and robot swarms. What are the best ways to use AI and Machine Learning in these, without adding built-in bias?

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Course Overview

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the hottest topic in tech right now and is already having a significant impact on our lives. Want to know how a computer named ‘Deep Blue’ beat a chess grandmaster over twenty years ago? Or how the AI behind AlphaGo beat the best human ‘GO’ player in the world?

Learn how to create complex AI models. You’ll make a celebrity response bot, create and then train a video game to play itself, and even create a friendly alien detector!

This is an excellent course for children interested in technology, coding and AI. Absolutely no previous programming knowledge is required. It’s perfect for beginners who are curious to learn more about one of the hottest tech trends around!

Students looking for a broader introduction to computer science fundamentals should check out our Junior Coder course while those interested in gaming might also be interested in our Video Game Design course.

This is an independent learning course, with a focus on project work. Students will work independently at their own pace through learning materials and assignments. They will also have weekly live onscreen tutorials for sharing progress and problem-solving.

There are 5 weekly tutorials, lasting 1 hour each. These tutorials are led by an expert, fully DBS-checked instructor. You will join a small group of other young learners online, working together in fun and engaging sessions. All sessions are monitored and recorded for safety.

What your child will learn

  • The fundamentals of Machine Learning and what confidence means in AI models
  • What AI can and cannot do well
  • Tools for creating and incorporating AI into applications such as Scratch and Python
  • The functions that AI machines do really well and how they are being used in the world already
  • Confidence in writing and creating code
  • How to use algorithms and functions as well as how to test and debug code

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Meet Leszek

Leszek studies Electronic and Information Engineering at Imperial College London and teaches our coding courses. He loves using his STEM skills to bring people together and recently created an Imperial college fantasy football app that connects 200 players together. 

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